Can politics be separated from social justice? LMU students weigh in.
Social Justice Archives October 2020
Peace and Justice Studies professor Dee Filecia sat down with the Loyolan to share insight on constructive versus destructive conflict and personal agency in an election season where peace can be difficult to find for many in the LMU community.
What setbacks are voters facing while exercising their right to vote this fall? LMU students give their input on the presence of voter suppression in the 2020 elections.
In this week's Bellarmine Forum, community leaders Ingrid Archie and Stephanie Jeffcoat spoke on the barriers formerly incarcerated women face and called for investment in Black and brown communities.
The climate refugee crisis is happening now and nine LMU students are working to educate their peers and raise funds to support those suffering in it.
In a discussion held by LMU's Global Policy Institute, environmentalist and activist Bill McKibben gave his insight on what roles and responsibilities LMU students have in the ongoing fight against climate change.
Black Lives Matter had a major resurgence this summer as people across the country took to the streets to protest the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other Black Americans at the hands of police. Politicians, like Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala…
Los Angeles' 11th District could see seven new cabin communities, safe camping or Safe Parking locations in the Westchester area to serve unhoused persons if councilmember Mike Bonin's proposal is approved.
The U.S. is the only industrialized country to not guarantee healthcare to its citizens. But the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines demonstrates why we should.
Gaslighting can make a person question their own experiences and realities. It is a power tactic often used by institutions to avoid conflict.